The Time-Warner merger
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On the other hand, Paramount qualifies only on one count, i.e, that of a strong domestic and international theatrical distribution presence. Although it is part owner of USA Network, one of the largest cable networks, ownership is not independent but in partnership with MCA which poses management problems for Time.
Civil Rights Movement
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When we speak about human rights today we can not help remembering the experience of the United States of America. American society had to overcome many difficulties and problems before they got the rights and freedoms which are fixed not only in Constitution now, but are the part of self-consciousness.
The Holocaust
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Throughout history, many nations have conquered others for various reasons while oppressing its people but why were a particular race of people systematically killed? How could such a fervent hatred of Jews infect an entire national conscience causing such unconscionable acts to be perpetrated?
Humans as Captives of Evolution: An Analysis of Anxiety and Depression
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According to the report the evolutionary perspective has been currently used by psychotherapist to effectively cure chronic depression. For some psychotherapists, consulting the evolutionary perspective improved their effectiveness and increased their therapeutic success. Humankind has a delicately developed range of emotional responses.
History And Crime Module In The Criminal Justice
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Offering legal protections to the accused against abuses is another arm of criminal justice.The great Karl Marx said in one of his great sayings that the criminals not only commit the crime but also produces criminal law in the due process of committing the crime. It is generally the academic historians who were slow in recognizing the same.
Reactions on David Cole Interviews Dr. Franciszec Piper and David Cole on the Phil Donahue Show
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Otherwise, they would have been killed just like the other 549 of their colleagues and children who had been directly sent to the gas chambers for immediate killing since they could not labor. Although Eli Wiesel and his father were transferred from Birkenau to Auschwitz camp, they were fortunate not to be killed.
Albert Camus: The Rebel in the 20th Century
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The “Nihilism confounds creator and created in the same blind fury” has been seen in the so-called revolutions of Hitler and Mussolini and the more literal one in Russia: all three introduced Gods of Nihilism.
SANKIN KOTAI
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To some extent these policies can be said to have been responsible for the stability of Edo era Japan.
Women of The 18th/19th Century
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The researcher also analyzes Voltaire’s Candide, where the main female characters are prostitutes, women that marry for money, disease-spreaders, and most importantly victims as example on the subject of women, who are strangely represented in the novel and their role, that was established by society.
Figure from American History Ronald Reagan
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This essay discusses that the policies of Ronald Reagan would be the most reliable in resolving the problems being faced by the world today such as; global warming, nuclear proliferation, terrorism, warning world economy and the accompanying poverty and its implications for the future security of America.
The Twenty Seven Amendments to the Constitution of America
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Amendment 1 The amendment bars the congress from instituting any policies which directly affects the freedom of people to religion, barring the liberty of the press, challenging the already existing rules of a public member petitioning the government for a redress of grievances, and limiting a person’s freedom of speech.
Comparison of Japans Meiji Period with Chinas Great Leap Forward
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The Meiji Period in Japan lasted for close to half a century (1868 – 1912). This time in Japan’s history was one of its most successful, mainly due to Emperor Meiji moving the capital from Kyoto to Tokyo.
Peter the Great's Reformation
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Throughout his reign, Peter the Great's ambitious westernizing reformation of the Russian military and industry transformed Russian into a strong and well respected European power at the expense of the countries laboring serfs.
Woodrow Wilson
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There are many reasons as to why as a Congressman, I voted in support of President Woodrow Wilson’s declaration of war in April 1917. Given the consciousness I possessed on the ravages of war, the reasons I considered to cast my vote in favor of America’s involvement in World War I were thus serious, as shall be seen in the discussion that ensues forthwith.
The Culture and History of Switzerland
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This phenomenon explains the diversity of the Swiss culture which manifests in the various traditional customs (Maissen, 2015). However, Alps have played a significant role in shaping not only the culture but also the history of Switzerland. In the early 14 century, Gotthard Pass had emerged as the epicenter of Swiss Confederacy.
Our modern German state
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With the opportunity to look back, it is possible to see that Hitler did indeed provide large sums of monetary support for the art world he believed in, which did lead to the proliferation of many new sculptures and other artworks; however, the constraints placed on Germany’s art world did not lead the country to produce highly influential works of art. Instead, they reflect the struggle for creative expression within a dictatorial regime in which creative expression was to be feared rather than celebrated.
Patterns of Italian immigration
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Italian immigration the United States has been on the way out and the consistency of these new arrivals has significantly changed in the recent years. For the stabilization of Italy population, there was a continuous immigration from North Africa and Eastern Europe. The present Italian immigrants in America have a good education, driven by the career, and their primary focus is the preserving of their language and culture (Barkan 42).
Comparison and Contrast between 1688 and 1988
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The author of the essay illuminates what it means to be modern and the many parallels that can be traced through that time period to this, anticipates the world’s balancing act on the verge of the technological age. By comparing and contrasting the events of the world in 1688 and 1988 the researcher analyzes most significant differences.
Russian Politics - Instructions attached.
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The Soviet Union had an economic system that proved to be highly ineffective, with the black market frequently providing essentials as well as luxury items. Hand in hand with the black markets went corruption and bribery. Black marketers frequently resorted to bribing communist party officials, the police and the KGB or they in turn extorted money off the black marketers.
French Revolution And Women
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The early history France was a highly stratified society. Women existed in all the three estates and in all the cases, their roles and rights stayed secondary to those of women. Women quasi-existed as pleasure tools for men, in church, they performed the negligible role. The Roman Catholic, which was the greatest property owner of the time, had no specified duty for the woman.
Latin American history (Chicano history)
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The second part of the XX century became the epoch of essential renovation of historical science in the USA. The development of American historiography was ambiguous, and the attempts of representative use of historical knowledge in policy were not unsuccessful.
Vietnam War
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This theory was developed after the Second World War, and it was commonly used by the successive United States government regimes during the Cold War era, to verify the need for American intervention in the several wars that were happening between different nations around the world. This theory hypothesized that “if one state in a region came under the influence of communism, then the surrounding countries will follow in a Domino effect”.
Saunds strategies for breaking-racial barriers
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It is evaluable that, Saund decided to influence other Indian immigrants living in California to form an organization that would help them voice their grievances as a group and facilitate the nullification of California’s Alien Land Law (Feagin 77).
The End of Liberalism: Chapter Segment of Book Dissection
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Chapter 7 is entitled “Cities: The American Tragedy.” The main subject of this chapter is the observation that although the United States of American has been an urban nation for many years – when its economy is good and sufficient to support the basic needs of its people – why is it now that it is experiencing real or imminent disorder?
Industrialization in the 1800's
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The 18th century was a time of dramatic economic and social change. Along with the economy, family dynamics and people’s health were impacted. This transformation brought factories with initially dangerous working conditions which exploited the lower class.
Ukraine in the World War Two
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The key point of the paper is the political situation of Ukraine at the world stage after the WW I, the establishment of Ukrainian nationalism and their attempt to make Ukraine independent. The essay also outlines the situation in the Western part of Ukraine at the beginning of the WW II and its effect on the Ukrainians.
European Politics in the 16th and 17th Centuries
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The focus of this paper is on the religion thoughts of the Spanish conquerors. They believed that there was a need to convert the Native Americans to the one true religion. The natives were viewed as heathen savages who were involved in worshipping the devils. As a result, the Spanish thought that the Indians would spend their life being tortured in hell unless they are saved.
Myths (The Hebrew myth of Noah and the Flood, The modern myth of Gaia, The Irish myth of Cu Chulainn, The Greek myth of the Oracle at Delphi)
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The most attractive element for children is the way that the animals are counted out two by two, and many happy hours are spent putting the little figures in and out of a wooden ark. This aspect of the tale has an educational aspect for very young children and perhaps this explains why the story of Noah and the flood has endured through thousands of years.
Reasons of the speedy growing and futher problems of Indian Economic
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The introduction shall spread wider to include: The present global economic trend; Effect of the current global economic trend on economic growth and stability of nations; Factors accounting for the current global economic trend iv. The role of India in the current global economic trend.
The Gilded Age of America
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Then, over the issue of equality and abolishment of slavery, the country was torn apart, brother on brother. It was the most costly war that we as a country have ever been involved in. The Gilded Age was a time of both economic and political change.
Analysis of Thomas Jefferson's First Inaugural Address
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There are many reasons why a person might need to be persuasive. The skill is a very useful one. It is not always easy to get a point across to someone. Even if they do understand the message that does not mean that they will be convinced to believe and agree. Persuasion is an art. It takes a lot of training.
Adolf Hitler
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From humble beginnings in his childhood, Hitler went on to become the Chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945, when he committed suicide to avoid being arrested at the hands of allied forces trying to reign in the German invasion of Europe.
KapYong Battle April 1951
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The author of this paper states that the Kap’Yong battle is one of the shortest but important and intense battles fought during the Korean War. The battle was combatted between the Chinese and UN forces. In the Kap’Yong battle, the Canadian battalion was led by the Lieutenant Colonel Jim Stone who was the veteran of Second World War.
Ideological Differences between Old Labour and New Labour
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The Old Labour transformed into the new Labour when the Clause IV was changed and with that the long disputes between different groups within the party produced a change and the ideological basis of the party was also modified. Following the internal transformations in the party’s ideology, Tony Blair pointed out the confusing ends of the clause IV.
Rwandan Genocide: UN Action
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The Rwandan genocide case offers a clear account of conflict in the Central African region, toward the end of the 20th century. The political acts that culminated in the 1994 genocide were pre-planned; however, the international community failed to act on the hostilities leading up to the wanton extermination of the masses.
Long Beach Municipal Cemetery
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The cemetery is said to be the final abode of much of Long Beach’s early residents which also include some famous and well-known personalities of the area such as William Erwin Willmore, the founder of the city, who died a pauper in 1901. A monument was erected to him 12 years later by Signal Hill Civic League.
Black Hawk : The Battle for the Heart of America
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The Battle for the Heart of America was nothing short of genocide. The book details how the forces of the US Army treated the under Black Hawk with contempt. They literally treated them as dogs. The general of a small US troop in the war commanded his troop to wipe the Sauks from existence should the Black Band strike a single US soldier.
The Seven Years War - Implications for Britain and the World
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The Seven Years’ War was, in fact, an early version of world war. Caused by imperial rivalry and ancient animosities, it would change the face of the world, alter how nations used navies and set the stage for Britain’s loss of the crown jewels in its empire, the Thirteen American Colonies.
U.S. History from 1700 to 1877
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This essay researches William Wells Brown, a noted literary figure, most famous for his autobiographical sketches of his life as a slave. The book’s thesis was clearly stated by Brown: he waited until ‘some one more competent’ would take the subject with regards the contribution of African-Americans in military and in the war and ‘although many books have been written upon the rebellion’ no one had written about the African-American experience.
Fashion of America in the 1906's
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The essay analyzes fashion in America in the 1960s. If we have a glance at the American fashion in 1906s than we come across notable personalities, books, movies, songs, events and finally the inspiring peoples. This wholesome change in fashion history takes the reader along through different events with optimum interest.
Naming the original inhabitants of the America
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In some cases, the need for legal distinction between various indigenous people groups led to the multiplicity of terms. The source of controversy of names that include the term “Indian” is that the term is a misnomer.
Nixons and Kissingers Diplomacy in the Cold War
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Henry Kissinger and President Nixon are people whose names appear in history because of their contribution in the cold war. Some facts about Kissinger’s background made his position as secretary to the state and advisor to the president very memorable. Kissinger was of Jewish descent but born in Germany
Disaster of 9/11
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On September 11, 2001 the world wittnesed one of the most tragic terrorist attacks. The destruction of the World Trade Center and Pentagon are described. This essay recreates the events that happened step by step, using statistics and many references. It also discusses preparations and trainings that could be done to prevent such situations to happen in the future.
The Victorian workhouse was a total institution
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Built to accommodate the poor, these workhouses housed many families; the old, the sick and the destitute poor, classified as ‘paupers’. By 1901, when the Queen’s reign ended, workhouses had transformed from the barbaric and suppressive asylum to logical care centres”.
Hiroshima bombings
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One of such side effects is Leukemia a critical condition dangerous to the health of an individual. Studies show that children born 10 years from the time the nuclear bombs exploded develop, leukemia at the age of 35
The Fall of Rome
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The decline of Rome began in the third century AD with splitting the Empire into two parts – Western Roman Empire and Eastern Roman Empire later renamed into Byzantine Empire with its capital located in Constantinople. Facing numerous problems and regular invasions of the barbaric tribes, the Western part of the empire soon died away with the conquest of Rome and Odoacer dethroning the last Roman governor, Romulus Augustus.
Impact of Slavery in Virginia
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The revolution that took place in Britain in 1812 had a significant impact on the societies that existed during that period. The impacts could be felt as well on slave trade that thrived in Britain for which the British government used to grow its economy
American Presidents
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In the history of American leadership there have been eighteen presidents elected on the Republican Party ticket.
Much To Learn From History
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The paper discusses that the impact of historical study is the greater understanding of where we came from as a civilization. The advancements made in order for the betterment of all, not just a few. The sign of great material is the way in which it seeks to influence the reader that is going to read it.
The Chisholm Trail and Its Role In The Cattle Industry
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According to the report the state of Texas was, in the 1800s, a land of desolate desert. Somehow, the animals had to be taken from the wild frontier of Texas to civilized cattle markets in Kansas, without aid of mass transportation such as railways. Thus, cattle trade began its heyday along trails and routes, one of which was the legendary Chisholm Trail.
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